Promenade in Rieger’s Garden

Original link:


Edvard Munch’s exhibition took place in Prague in 1905, and its influence is evident in this unfinished painting, “The Promenade of the Rieger Gardens.” In the work of the painter Kubista, the spontaneous intuition in Munch’s paintings clashes with the well-thought-out composition and the geometric style of the figures. Using warm colors in the foreground and their complementary colors in the treetops adds a positive punch to the painting. Distressed paths and diagonal lines in perspective provide the dynamism of this painting. The ghostly light adds a dramatic dimension to the image. Thanks to the National Gallery in Prague , we are able to present the works of today.

Dear DailyArt users, we ask for your support. We need to create a new DailyArt app; find out how to help us here . Thanks!

PS Did you know that Art Nouveau master Alphonse Mucha was also Czech? Check out his 13 most beautiful posters .

107 x 142 cm

Národní galerie Praha

This article is reprinted from:
This site is for inclusion only, and the copyright belongs to the original author.